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Using Blood Wisely Interventions: Guidelines, Education and Staff Engagement - Shared screen with speaker view
jamisridhar
21:59
how do u claim MOC credit?
Emily Durant
25:20
Do you have any recommendations on how to disseminate information among physicans? This has been our biggest hurdle.
Pam Vansteelandt
32:11
Where did the benchmark for single unit transfusion come from? Also do you have to use a specific patient population to get this data? Our sites are small so we use all patient data... does this affect the overall stats?
Jaana Ranchithan
34:52
Resources can be found here: www.usingbloodwisely.ca/intervention/
Jaana Ranchithan
39:37
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Doreen Day
40:58
@jamisridhar Using Blood Wisely can count towards Section 3 MOC credits for auditing red blood cell appropriateness rates and comparing them to a national benchmark. Website: https://www.royalcollege.ca/rcsite/cpd/moc-program/cpd-activities-can-record-e
jamisridhar
49:07
thanks
Janet Sharun
01:16:32
About the 40 or 50 g/L hgb - do you allow 2 units to be given? If reason why include in your audit (like we don't include Out Patient Cancer Clinic patients who get 2 units)
Jaana Ranchithan
01:18:39
Website: www.UsingBloodWisely.caFor Questions Email: blood@choosingwiselycanada.org